In mid-February 2018, Hirschl & Adler is moving to a luxurious new gallery space in The Fuller Building at 41 East 57th Street, on the corner of Madison Avenue.
It is an especially fitting new home. Opened in September 1929, the landmark Art Deco skyscraper was the headquarters of the George A. Fuller Construction Company, which had decided to move from its former home in the Flatiron Building as the center of New York City commerce marched uptown. Fuller commissioned the architectural firm of Walker & Gillette for the design, and lead architect Stewart A. Walker in turn hired Elie Nadelman to produce the bas-relief sculpture over its grand 3-story-high 57th Street entrance.
Hirschl & Adler will open on the 9th Floor on Tuesday, February 20.
Each year, Hirschl & Adler participates in a number of outside shows including TEFAF New York, The American Art Fair, Art Basel Miami Beach, The Winter Antiques Show, The Outsider Art Fair, and more.
Next up, we are looking forward to The Winter Antiques Show at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City, opening on Friday, January 19, and running through Sunday, January 28. This year, and for the first time, Hirschl & Adler will have two booths: Hirschl & Adler Galleries' outstanding collection of Neo-Classical furniture, decorative arts, and historical American paintings through 1945 will be on view at Booth 39, and Hirschl & Adler Modern will exhibit Post-War and Contemporary paintings and sculpture in Booth 4.
Congratulations to David Ligare on his solo exhibition, David Ligare: Magna Fide (The Great Belief), at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art! This exhibition explores Ligare’s creative process by presenting his 2014 artwork, Magna Fide (The Great Belief), along with related paintings and sketches. David Ligare: Magna Fide (The Great Belief) is on view until January 7, 2018.